5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Their best album and one of THE best albums ever!,
This review is from: Fields Of The Nephilim (Audio CD)
Why people rate Elizium higher than this I will never know. I think those people must have got into The Nephilim late because this is their defining work. This is a truly remarkable album and, if you can get past the vocal style, I think fans of all genres will appreciate the music - including classical fans. I'll admit that the singing is an initial downpoint to outsiders but once you get used to it I find that it really fits the music and it's hard to imagine anything other than McCoy's vocals lacing the record. Stunning.
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Initial post: 13 Jun 2012 22:41:40 BDT
Jo day says:
Agree. By far their best album. Never again they reached the point that much than here, where they sounded like a real band with all channels open, full voice-capacity and musicianship. Here we have music that sounds mystic in a willingly searched and suceeded way. It still sounds good today and always will. You got so many little glimpses of different worlds. Must of other so called goth-albums are not a even worth a fart from the watchman.
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